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Thread: This year's European trip

  1. #49
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    Late May

    Swiss Mike is your man but me thinks you've under estimated things a tad. You'll be able to get to Andermatt via main road n and out but doubt you'll be doing much else other than in and out of there at that time of year, good luck.

  2. #50
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    Kent, UK
    Quote Originally Posted by gazuk View Post
    Thanks Mike,

    We have booked a house in a Andermatt for 3 nights (from 25th May) so we are commuted.

    I have a couple of questions if you don't mind:

    If it is a bad year for snow we will have any problems getting to Andermatt?

    Is there decent riding to keep us busy for 3 days if we avoid the passes?

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    If you're keen to see the high passes, I'd be re-booking the accommodation... I can't think of anything more frustrating that going all that way and being stuck on the "one road in, one road out" town.

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